Cocoa Man Arrested for Felony Possession of 10,000 Rounds of Ammunition, Ballistic Vests

Earlier today, Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey announced the arrest of Dana Hunter Calley, a convicted felon who found with 10,000 rounds of ammunition, as well as ballistic vests. Calley had recently been released from prison after attempting to murder his brother. According to Sheriff Ivey, Calley is a convicted felon who has 12 prior felony charges and 4 prior misdemeanor charges.

After a concerned citizen contacted State Attorney Phil Archer’s Office to report Calley walking around with an AR15 style rifle, Archer’s office worked with BCSO’s Special Investigations Unit to coordinate an investigation last month, when evidence of drugs was established at Calley’s home, near Fairglen Elementary School. Agents worked diligently to establish enough probable cause to obtain a search warrant that was subsequently executed last Wednesday. During the execution of the search warrant by our BCSO SWAT Team, Agents discovered an abundant amount of weapons, firearms, rifles, approximately 10,000 rounds of ammunition, ballistic vests, and a gas mask, that were all located in Calley’s specific areas of the residence.

Calley, who was not at home at the time the search warrant was served, was later taken into custody on September 21st by our GAMEOVER Task Force.